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Big 3 Auto Bailout (2008)

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  • Treasury Approves 10 Banks' Proposals To Repay Bailout Money

    (WGN-AM)- The Treasury Department has approved 10 of the nation's largest banks to repay $68 billion in government bailout money. The department on Tuesday said the banks, which were not named, will be allowed to repay the money they received from the...
  • AIG: Astounding Idiotic Greed

     
    Did you hear the one about the company that got a $152 billion government bailout that turned around and paid ???retention bonuses??? to roughly 7,000 employees? And that some of those bonuses were for 100 percent of the workers??? annual......
  • Bush deal: UAW gets its way?

     
    On the surface, the Bush auto bailout package has the same requirement that the United Auto Workers refused to accept from Senate Republicans last week -- that they cut wages and benefits to the level of foreign-based non-union auto makers......
  • Ten for Friday: Bush backs auto bailout

     
    Bush announced a rescue plan for Detroit that will provide a $13.4 billion emergency loan from existing bailout funds in return for an agreement to restructure debt and bring UAW labor costs down to a level that is competitive......
  • Bush gives automakers $17.4 bill. rescue

     
    President George W. Bush pauses during a statement on the auto industry at the White House on Friday, December 19, 2008 in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) by Frank James President Bush has decided to bailout the Detroit Three automakers......
  • Ten for Thursday: Stimulating

     
    The House passed its version of Obama's stimulus plan, checking in at $819 billion, but all of his bipartisan politicking won him no Republican votes. Passage followed a public appeal by Obama. Peter King, toeing the party line, voted......
  • Axelrod: Geithner eyeing Wall St. bonuses

     
    by Mark Silva The White House - and that means the president - clearly is angered by news that Wall Street has paid out billions of dollars in bonuses while collecting billions of dollars of federal money in a bailout......
  • Obama crackdown on CEO pay

     
    by Christi Parsons President Barack Obama is expected to call for a crack down on cash payouts to corporate executives this morning, unveiling new rules he thinks should govern firms that take government bailout money. The president plans to propose......
  • Video: Obama on bipartisanship

     
    If you missed it last night, an excerpt from Obama's press conference, talking about slow progress in breaking the hold of partisanship on the stimulus proposal: .msnbcLinks {font-size:11px; font-family:Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; color: #999; margin-...
  • Treasury: Trillion-plus economic plan

     
    by Jim Puzzanghera and Maura Reynolds Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner this morning unveiled the Obama administration's $1.5-to-$2 trillion plan for stabilizing the nation's malfunctioning financial markets, including a public-private partnership to...
  • Gregg quits Obama Cabinet, third loss

     
    by Frank James and Mark Silva and updated at 5:30 pm Sen. Judd Gregg, the New Hampshire Republican whom President Barack Obama chose for Commerce secretary, has announced he is withdrawing his nomination in a stunning move, giving the new......
  • Stimulus exec pay caps roil Wall Street

     
    by James Oliphant An effort to curb executive pay at the nation's most troubled banks, inserted at the last minute into Congress' mammoth economic stimulus bill, has sparked an outcry from financial services groups and others who warn the caps......